About Altyd Welkom
Nestled in the heart of the Cradle of Humankind, this cozy thatched self-catering cottage offers the ideal accommodation when visiting Gauteng.
It is a holiday destination on its own. Within approximately 20 km radius, you will find something for everybody to do. To name a few attractions, you will find Maropeng, Sterkfontein Caves, Rhino and Lion Park, Hot Air Ballooning, Walter Sisulu Botanical Gardens and Shopping Malls. Or you can explore the Crocodile Ramble or Magalies Meander. There are also numerous wedding venues in the area. You will always feel welcome with your friendly hosts, Andre & Wilna who has a positive outlook on life. The cottage is situated on a small holding with lots of fresh air, clean borehole water and lots of space for children to run around.
Interior is newly renovated with a cozy living area and kitchenette. The cottage consist of one bedroom with a queen size bed, as well as a loft room with 2 single beds. The toilet is separate from the spacious bathroom, which has a corner shower. Outside is a covered braai area. We believe in old fashioned communication and entertainment, therefore we do not have DStv or Wi-Fi. Instead there are a variety of games available in the cottage, as well as interesting books for all ages to read. Or you can sit around the fire and watch the sun set. You may even be lucky to hear the barn owls hooting, a jackal call or a lion roar in the distance. If you love birding, you will enjoy our abundant bird life.
Family friendly: We are situated on a small holding, therefor lots of space for kids. We also offer games, a blackboard table, books, etc in the unit so that family can spend time together. There are also a variety of family activities and attractions in the area.
Covid Safety Approved: Freestanding cottages - no sharing of areas. Cottages are sanitized and disinfected Guests will be screened SABS approved cleaning materials used
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